Sabah, is the founder of Sabah’s Global Enterprise, LLC (SGE) and a non-profit organization (501(c)(3) that she named after her mother, The Doris A. Keith Foundation Inc. She currently serves as the President and CEO of both organizations. She is also currently a full-time doctoral student and professor of Political Science; while devoting herself to building both organizations full-time.
Prior to launching her businesses, Sabah worked as Program Manager in the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Clark Atlanta University. In her role as Program Manager she managed the university’s education abroad program, including the university’s yearly China Cultural Exchange Program. She traveled to multiple countries assisting with recruitment of international students for the university and processing documents for international students on F1 visas and their families. Additionally, she assisted international students with transitioning into American culture and society without forgetting their own. She offered services that were outside of her responsibilities as Program Manager, by assisting students with resume building, tutoring, and writing letters of recommendations for them. She also assisted international students with their quest for employment and internships, preparing for job interviews, and applying for postgraduate opportunities.
Sabah earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of South Alabama. After completing her Bachelor's degree, she relocated to Atlanta, Georgia to pursue a Master’s of Public Administration degree in International Administration and Development Management from Clark Atlanta University. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Political Science with specialties in International Relations, African Politics, Public Administration, and U.S. Government and Policy. Sabah is also TEFL/TESOL certified, she is qualified to teach English as a foreign language.
Jayme Beasley, grew up in Stone Mountain, Georgia and received her primary education in the Dekalb County public school system. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in African and African American Studies and Health Promotions from Kennesaw State University. After graduating from KSU, she continued her studies at Clark Atlanta University. While working on a Master of Public Administration degree at CAU, she interned with the Joseph and Evelyn Lowery Institute for Human Rights and Social Justice. While with JELI, Jayme studied food security in the Historic West End Community in Atlanta, GA. At the end of the summer of 2016, Jayme assisted JELI with opening and operationalizing Mimi’s Food Pantry to service the Atlanta University Center students.
After graduation in 2018, Jayme spent five weeks in Agadir, Morocco serving as a graduate student mentor with Women Global Empowerment Initiative. She was tasked with creating lectures and activities to articulate the connections between gender and environmental justice for 5 high school girls of various ages. Jayme is currently a doctoral student in the Department of Political Science at Clark Atlanta University where her research is focused on water privatization and Black women in politics. Her subfields are Comparative Politics, Women in Politics, American Politics and Urban Politics. Jayme’s favorite scholar is Dr. Angela Davis and guides her scholarship through her quote: “We have to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society”.